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2013 PET CALENDAR

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breath of fresh air. Time together isn’t just good for our pets, it’s good for us, too. Don’t

even if they never say it.

JANUARY

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Have a Heart for Chained Dogs Week   February 7-14 Prairie Dog Day - February 1 Pet Theft Awareness Day - February 14 Spay Day USA – February 26

No More Unwanted Pets

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Spay Day USA is this month. It’s a reminder of the countless unwanted puppies and kittens born each year, but an even better reminder that we can do something about it! Contact your local shelter for special spay and neuter deals this month.

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Dolphin Awareness Month Adopt a Rescued Guinea Pig Month Petsitter’s Week – March 3-9 National Wildlife Week – March 18-24 National Animal Poison Prevention Week –   March 17-23 National Pig Day - March 1 National Horse Protection Day – March 1 National Puppy Day - March 23 World Sparrow Day – March 20

Healthy, Fluffy, and Wise Even our critters catch colds, as well as other preventable ailments. City and county ordinances require your pet to have rabies vaccinations, and it’s a good idea to have other basic shots, too. Visit your local veterinarian to keep your friend feeling tip-top. The Shelter’s Spay/Neuter & Wellness Clinic, 2570 Camino Entrada, offers a low-cost vaccination clinic every Friday.

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MARCH

DAISY & SAM

Theresa Martinez

Sunset Rides Horseback Riding

Broken Saddle Riding Company Cerrillos, New Mexico

Well trained & conditioned, smooth riding Tennessee Walkers & Missouri Fox Trotters

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International Pet First Aid Month National Frog Month National Pet Month Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month

Help Those Who Can’t Help Themselves It’s Prevention of Animal

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Cruelty Month, which means we get reminded that keeping animals from being harmed is a community-wide responsibility. They need us to speak for them. If you know

www.dncu.org (877) 818-DNCU

of an animal being abused or mistreated, call your local animal authority for help.

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Microchips are a safe, easy and inexpensive way to help your pets get home if they get lost. A tiny chip the size of a grain of rice is implanted under the skin; most shelters and veterinarians can scan the chip to find out where they belong. Until

National Disabled Pets Day - May 3

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Hug Your Cat Day - May 30

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can share your life with a special cat or two

(or three or four!), contact your local shelter. Even if you think you’re not a cat person, you

World Pet Memorial Day – June 12

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Take Your Pet To Work Week - June 24-30

dainty and delicate to rough and tumble. There’s definitely a cat out there who can charm you.

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b. 8/13/94, Redding, CT Rescued from a dumpster, 15 16 “Kuk” was a partially blind 14 feral foundling that never behaved like a normal house cat. Possessed with a wild and crazy look and 22 23 blessed with the softest 21 silkiest coat, Kuk showed the genes of an Angora. Despite having very serious health conditions 29 30 his whole life, Kuk always 28 bounced back from what Vets thought were near death scenarios. Alas, his 9 lives gave way at 4 5 6 nearly 18 years. Imbued with a great and unusual personality; he feigned indifference while showing unconditional love like only a cat can. Wild About Wildlife Month He is greatly missed. d. 7/11/12, Rabbit Week - July 7-13 Santa Fe, NM All American Pet Photo Day – July 11 I Love Horses Day – July 15 Cow Appreciation Day – July 12

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Rabbit Week is this month, and people are always surprised at what great pets they make. They have great personalities, can be litter box trained, and love toys. Rabbits love to be cuddled and played with, and can live for several years. Don’t overlook one of the greatest pets you’ve never had … yet!

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We love animals…

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Eldorado Animal Clinic has many services to offer.

• Five exam rooms • Double surgery suite • Ultrasound and endoscopy room • Intensive care cages for dogs and cats • Cancer/oncological services • Complete diagnostic and nursing facilities • Boarding for cats and dogs.

Visit SERVICES at www.eldoradoanimalclinic.com/ for more information on the care that we can provide your pets.

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Assistance Dog Week - August 4 - 10 National Homeless Animals Day - August 18 National Dog Day - August 26

Homes for Homeless Animals

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Homeless animals are everywhere in our community, but you can help. Whether through adoption, getting your pet or a friend’s spayed or neutered, or helping to educate family and neighbors, you can make a difference for animals who need you.

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GYPSY Teresa Alarid

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National Wildlife Day – September 4 Responsible Dog Ownership Day - September 8 National Pet Memorial Day – September 14 New Mexico Week for the Animals – September 15-23 National Farm Animal Awareness Week – September 15-23 National Dog Week – September 22-September 28 World Rabies Day – September 28

Every year, New Mexico Week for the Animals brings animal organizations together culminating in a huge animal event, adoptions and awards. If you have never been a part of this great event, visit this year. If you have been before, you already know how great it is. For more information, visit pawsnm.org happening in your community.

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October is Adopt-A-Shelter Dog Month. If you are one of the thousands of Santa Feans who have adopted dogs from your local shelter, you know this already. If you haven’t, then this is the month for you to change a great dog’s life – and yours! – by giving them a home.

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A cancer diagnosis is very scary, especially when it‘s for your beloved pet. Excellent treatments are Veterinary Cancer Care available that improve quality of life and may lead to a cure.

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National Pet Cancer   Awareness Month Adopt a Senior Pet Month

Old Animals Need Love, Too Contrary

to popular belief, you can teach old dogs new tricks. And they can teach us a thing or two, as well. During Senior Pet Month, you can give a National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week - sweet old critter with lots of life left a chance at November 3-9 a new home. They’ve already got a few years of practice under their belt. Got a National Cat Week – November 3-9 senior pet already? Treat them to something extra special this week. After all, they deserve it.

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Animal Alliance (AA) 1300 Luisa Street, Suite 24, Santa Fe 87505 (505) 986-6007; fax (505) 982-8481 info@animalalliance.org animalalliance.org Dedicated to the protection of wildlife, the alleviation of animal suffering and the preservation of our environment.

Canine Companions for Independence 2133 Paseo Ponderosa, Santa Fe 87501 Susan Bloch (505) 983-3650 sbloch@newmexico.com www.caninecompanions.org/regions/southwest/southwest.html Canine Companions for Independence is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.

Animal Ambassadors/Team Training P.O. Box 3793, Santa Fe 87501 (800) 854-8326 toll free info@Tellingtonttouch.com tteam-ttouch.com We are dedicated to sharing the TTEAM and TTouch philosophy and techniques in order to develop a deeper understanding of animals and ourselves, to heal our relationships with others, nature and the environment. Assistance Dogs of the West P.O. Box 31027, Santa Fe 87594 Jill Felice (505) 986-9748 felice440@aol.com • www.adionline.org Assistance Dogs International, Inc. is a coalition of not for profit organizations that train and place Assistance Dogs. Audubon New Mexico P.O. Box 9314, Santa Fe, NM 87504 Phone 505-983-4609 • Fax 505-983-2355 http://nm.audubon.org Devoted to the protection, preservation and enjoyment of our environment with a particular emphasis on birds. Bridging the Worlds PO Box 9109, Santa Fe 87504 (505) 501-1887 Beverly@bridgingtheworlds.org • bridgingtheworlds.org To alleviate animal suffering by providing sanctuary from abuse, neglect, and homelessness; To end the killing of healthy animals as a method of population control; To teach that animals are intrinsically valuable, worthy of respect, compassion, and care.

Community Assistance Program (CAP) PO Box 1580, Edgewood, 87015 • (505) 286-1544 A non-profit organization than provides reduced spay/ neuter rates for low income families or individuals to prevent unwanted litters of puppies or kittens. Dew Paws Rescue Donna Leshine (505) 412-9096 • dgl@dewpaws.org • www.dewpaws.org Edgewood Animal Control PO Box 3610, Edgewood 87015 (505) 286-4518 Ext 4, 505-286-4519 (fax) paws@edgewood-nm.gov Edgewood Animal Control’s primary responsibility is to promote responsible ownership of animals; promote a rural animal friendly character in the town while enforcing the proper care and control of animals in the Town of Edgewood. Environmental & Animal Rights Society of Santa Fe High School (EARS) Angelica Loya/Linda Marple: c/o Santa Fe High School, 2100 Yucca Rd., Santa Fe 87505 (505) 920-3256 & (505) 467-2919 Felines & Friends 369 Montezuma Ave., #320, Santa Fe 87501 Voicemail (505) 316-2281 askfelinesandfriends@yahoo.com • www.fandfnm.org A non-profit dedicated to the rescue and placement of cats (and the occasional dog or rabbit) in need of a second chance due to age, health or temperament.

- SANTA FE Heart and Soul Animal Sanctuary 369 Montezuma Avenue #130, Santa Fe 87501 Natalie Owings, Director (505) 757-6817 info@animal-sanctuary.org • www.animal-sanctuary.org A place of refuge for animals who otherwise would perish: the abandoned, the abused, the sick, the old, the suffering. The Horse Shelter 100 AB Old Cash Ranch Road, Cerrillos 87010 • (505) 471-6179 info@thehorseshelter.org • www.thehorseshelter.org A not-for-profit organization dedicated to the rescue of abused and neglected horses within the State of New Mexico. Kindred Spirits Animal Sanctuary 3749-A Highway 14, Santa Fe 87508 • (505) 471-5366 webmaster@KindredSpiritsNM.com • www.KindredSpiritsNM.com Eldercare and hospice for dogs, horses and poultry. New Mexico Independent Border Collie Rescue Arielle Verwey, 505-629-1607 arielle@nmbordercollierescue.com www.nmbordercollierescue.com Dedicated to the rescue of Border Collies within New Mexico; provides information and resources for those of us who do Border Collie Rescue independently within the state. People for Native Ecosystems 1833 Arroyo Chamiso, Santa Fe 87505 • (505) 982-0496 santafepne@aol.com P. F. Ferrets/Ferrets ‘R’ Fun Paula Frederici, 2640 Calle Primavera, Santa Fe 87505 (505) 473-0153 • pkgreek@excite.com Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society 100 Caja del Rio Road, Santa Fe 87507 • (505) 983-4309 shelter@sfhumanesociety.org • www.sfhumanesociety.org The Shelter accepts animals unconditionally and at no charge. All animals taken in by our Humane Society receive an unusually high degree of love and compassion while in residence.

- SANTA FE Santa Fe City Animal Services 100 Caja del Rio Road, Santa Fe 87507 • (505) 955-2700 Santa Fe County Animal Control (505) 992-1626 www.santafecounty.org/sheriff/animal_control The Santa Fe Raptor Center PO Box 32021, Santa Fe 87594 (505) 699-0455 or 662-7418 Cares for injured or orphaned wild native birds in order to release them back into their natural habitat, and provides no-cost educational programs for interested local groups. Second Chance Project RR1 Box 92AB, Santa Fe 87501 • (505) 455-1156 Small Dog Rescue of Santa Fe Marguerite (505) 438-3749 • mlinsf@yahoo.com Rescue, fostering, and adoption of small dogs in need. Southwest Collie Rescue Southern New Mexico area, Kathy Wallis katwallis1@msn.com • 575 430-2361 Santa Fe area, Lee More, VP/Treasurer leemore@mac.com • www.nmcollierescue.com member contacts listed on website Rescues Rough and Smooth Collies and Shelties. Serving Arizona, New Mexico, West Texas. Southwest Hedgehog Rescue, Santa Fe Rachel Johnson • rustandroses@juno.com Vista Larga Animal Hospital 2 Marietta Court, Edgewood 87015 • (505) 281-7100 Committed to delivering the highest quality, most compassionate emergency and specialty veterinary care available. Walkin N Circles Ranch, Inc. P.O. Box 626, Edgewood 87015 • (505) 286-0779 wncr@hgherspeed.net • www.wncr.org The Walking N Circles Ranch exists to provide a safe, comfortable home for horses who have been neglected, abused, or are no longer wanted by their owners.

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Wildlife West Nature Park P.O. Box 1359, Edgewood 87015 (505) 281-7655 • 877-981-9453 (toll free) info@wildlifewest.org • www.wildlifewest.org A 122-acre wildlife refuge and enhanced zoo. It features native New Mexico plants and animals. All the animals and birds in the enhanced zoo are non-releasable.

Enchantment Great Pyrenees Club of New Mexico/ Northern New Mexico Great Pyrenees Rescue Judith Stroh Miller: jsmiller@newmex.com Patricia Court: Plcourt@aol.com www.enchantmentgreatpyrenees.com/rescue.html A group devoted to Great Pyrenees rescue in New Mexico.

- NORTHERN NEW MEXICO Border Collie Rescue of Los Alamos LaRea Wilkins, Santa Fe • nackles@aol.com Cat Care Network of Colorado and New Mexico Ron and Norma Wiggins (719) 859-4009; (719) 859-3393 (cell) catcarenetwork@msn.com • www.catcarenetwork.org A no-kill animal welfare organization, dedicated to lowcost, spay-neuter programs for low- and fixed-income animal caregivers. It advocates and practises trapneuter-return cat population management. Chama Police Department(Río Arriba) 299 - 4th St., P.O. Box 794, Chama 87520 (505) 756-2319 Chama Valley Humane Society Konnie Andrews - President Collen Schulte - Vice President 601-B Terrance, Chama, NM 87520 (888) 666-0641 Mailing address: P.O. Box 131, Chama, NM 87520 Colfax County Animal Control Sheriff’s Department, P.O. Box 39, Ratón 87740 (505) 445-5562 Colfax Pet Rescue 575-447-1199, 575-643-6664 colfaxpetrescue@bacavalley.com www.petfinder.com/shelters/NM120.html Dixon Animal Protection Society Jeannie Jackson-Cornelius: P.O. Box 96, Dixon 87527 (505) 579-4608 daps@cybermesa.com

Española Valley Humane Society (formerly Northern New Mexico Animal Protection Society) 108 Hamm Pkwy., Española 87532 (505) 753-8662 evhsreception@gmail.com • www.evalleyshelter.org Dedicated to improving the lives of companion animals and to solving the problem of pet overpopulation in northern New Mexico. For Pets’ Sake Humane Society Jack Schuenemeyer: P.O. Box 1705, Cortez, CO 81321 (970) 565-7387 petssake@fone.net • www.forpetssakehs.org A not-for-profit staffed by volunteers who work to improve the lives of companion animals in Montezuma & Dolores Counties in Southwest Colorado. Four Corners Animal League P.O. Box 1163, Taos 87571 • (575) 741-1444 fcaleague@hotmail.com • www.fourcornersanimalleague.org Reduction of the population of unwanted pets through spaying, neutering (over 4,000 so far) and education programs in Taos County. Friends of the Shelter 162 Chamisa Street, Los Alamos 87544 • (505) 662-3252 wb@lanl.gov • friendsoftheshelter.petfinder.org Friends of the Shelter is a non-profit organization dedicated to the welfare of shelter animals in north central New Mexico. Goldstar Animals Helping People Inc. Sandra Miller, President/founder • (575) 758-0123 gsahp@taosnet.com • www.goldstaranimalshelpingpeople.com Therapy animal organization in Taos that focuses on helping people/children/elders with the bonding and magic that animals can bring. Also helps their teams with good handling skills and requires Delta Society membership and testing.

Animal Resource Directory - NORTHERN NEW MEXICO Jemez Valley Animal Amigos P.O. Box 333, Jemez Springs, NM 87025 (888) 828-5822 • animalamigos@AOL.com Jicarilla Apache Tribe Police Hawks Drive and US 64 P.O. Box 890, Dulce 87528 • (505) 759-3222 Los Alamos Caring Canine Companions Lynn Wysocki-Smith (505) 661-9619 • tewapack@rt66.com LAC3 is a dedicated group of dog owners with well-mannered, even-tempered, people-loving pet therapy canines. Los Alamos County Animal Control & Shelter 200 Knecht, Los Alamos 87544 (505) 662-8179 • lujane@lac.losalamos.nm.us New Mexico Canine Rescue and Safeguard, Inc. VeeAlva Adams: (575) 758-9228 P.O. Box 2739 • Ranchos de Taos 87557 taoskennels@newmex.com *Rescuing Rottweilers in New Mexico for over 21 years. Also rescues all breeds in Taos County. A no-kill shelter and sanctuary. Ratón City Animal Control Police Department, P.O. Box 397, Ratón 87740 (505) 445-2704

- NORTHERN NEW MEXICO New Mexico Canine Rescue and Safeguard, Inc. VeeAlva Adams: (575) 758-9228 P.O. Box 2739 • Ranchos de Taos 87557 taoskennels@newmex.com *Rescuing Rottweilers in New Mexico for over 21 years. Also rescues all breeds in Taos County. A no-kill shelter and sanctuary. Ratón City Animal Control Police Department, P.O. Box 397, Ratón 87740 (505) 445-2704 Ratón Humane Society P.O. Box 1321, Ratón 87740 • (505) 445-9328 Río Arriba County Animal Control P.O. Box 1256, Española 87532 • (505) 753-2992 Stray Hearts Animal Shelter of Taos 1200 St. Francis Lane , P.O. Box 622, Taos 87571 (575) 758-2981 strayhearts@taosnet.com • www.strayhearts.org A safe haven for lost and abandoned animals for Taos and Taos County. Taos City Animal Control 400 Camino de la Placita, Taos 87571 • (575) 751-2017 Taos County Animal Control 489 Blueberry Hill Road, Taos 87571 • (575) 737-6481

Ratón Humane Society P.O. Box 1321, Ratón 87740 • (505) 445-9328

Taos Feral Feline Friends P.O. Box 1926, Ranchos de Taos 87557 • (575) 737-9208

Los Alamos County Animal Control & Shelter 200 Knecht, Los Alamos 87544 (505) 662-8179 • lujane@lac.losalamos.nm.us

The Animal Freedom Project Ranchos de Taos, NM • (505) 741-0180

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- NORTHERN NEW MEXICO The Wildlife Center, Inc. - Kathleen Ramsay, DVM, Founder P.O. Box 246, Española, NM 87532 • (505) 753-9505 director@thewildlifecenter.org • www.thewildlifecenter.org As a nationally recognized education and rehabilitation facility, The Wildlife Center preserves wildlife by actively educating people to care for ecosystems and by rehabilitating and releasing wild animals into safe habitats. The Animal Resource Directory is graciously provided by

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES Animal Protection of New Mexico Over 30 years of Animal Activism and Challenging Animal Cruelty for New Mexico. 505-265-2322 • www.apnm.org Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Centers Our Vets are on site and on duty 24 hours a day EVERY day.. 2001 Vivigen Way • 505-984-0625 Veterinary Cancer Care Our board-certified oncologist has been caring for pets with cancer in New Mexico since 2004. www.vetcancercare.com • 505-982--4492 Eldorado Animal Clinic Compassionate and complete vet services for all your pets medical needs. www.eldoradoanimalclinic.com 20 Chamisa Drive North • 505-466-0650

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